The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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gey_Were Area Queen Candidates At Mason City 1957 Band Festival T8 X-Rity Data Is Released in in pro * ram conducted county has been nn K ' bprriti« • K °ssuth County Tu- berculo sis and Health Associa- 5 pprsons a X-ray* taken when the mobile X-ray unit was in the community recently. Pulmonary interpretation of the film indicated 6 probable cases of Tuberculosis. The program was directed by Joyce Hayden, R. N., public health nurse, who interviewed persons who are known to have been in contact with an active case of tuberculosis. Besides the tuberculous findings, there were 11 persons whose chest X-rays revealed non-tuber- findings for which further Study was recommended. The remaining 45 persons who had chest X-rays had healthy chests. The Contact tuberculosis case- finding program is an effort to' find unknown tuberculosis among those persons who have been in close contact with persons known to have active TB in a contagious stage. The 31st President of the U S Herbert Hoover, was born August 10, 1874, at West Branch, Iowa. Over Halfway Mark In Bond Sales, County Investment in the new United Savings bonds by residents of Kossuth county'during May am mm fed to $197,291 and helped Iowa to jump more than $1,500,000 ahead of April sales, acpording to G. D. Shumway. Purchases in the county for th first live months reached $916 •'••'•I 5< per cent of the 1957 quota Gets Afhletit Award Hfad ooaoh Emory Bauer o Valparaiso U.. Valparaiso, Ind announced this week that Vernon ^-hru-toffers. son of Mr and Mr; J-frman Christoff P ,- R () f Algona i-crivcd freshman numeral's foi ^ Play with the baseball squad us- vo;ir. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY^ A SIGHT FEW PEOPLE EVER SEE You are looking at a diamond through the DIAMONDSCOPE, our scientific diamond microscope. It not only magnifies, it lights the interior "heart" of the gem. Only customers of a REGISTERED JEWELER can be absolutely assured of diamond quality by this instrument. 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A total of 91 girls were present during the big day, and while it might seem strange none of the 18 girls shown here walked away with the queen's crown such was the case as Miss * * * MARY SCHMELING —Miss Cylinder MARILYN ZENTNER —Miss Luverne MARILYN DREESMAN —Miss Algona JEAN ZUMACH v —Miss Whiitemore ARLYCE JOHNSON Miss Burt KATHRYN KOCH , —Miss West Bend SHARON GOURLEY —Miss Corwiih TRUDY BESS —Miss Tiionka BRENDA FINNESTAD Northwood was selected by the judges as queen for the day. In years past, several girls from tins area have served as queen of the band festival at. Mason City, the latest being Judy Spangler of Corwith who was named in 1954. (Cuts courtesy Mason City Globe-Gazette.) KAY FITZGERALD -—Miss Armstrong MARILYN LOGEMJlNN i-Miss Woden GRACE GOETZ —Miss Wesley NANCY WEBER —Miss Swea City

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